On December 9, 2010, Zuckerberg and Chan signed the Giving Pledge, to give away 99% of their wealth during their lifetimes. The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative was born, and the philanthropy duo is tapping into billions worth of Facebook shares. Last April, Zuckerberg announced wanting Class C shares which caries all the economic benefits of Class A and B shares, but no voting rights.
When people think Britain, a few things pop into mind — the City of London, English accents, and if you are one of the more sensible ones, then yummy bakeries. Try apple cake with an angel delight — but seeing I don’t live in the UK, I’m left with the next best thing, new episodes of The Great British Bake Off. It became one of the most popular programs on BBC.
In 2007, Warren Buffett predicted that a Vanguard S&P 500 index fund will out perform five hedge funds selected by Protégé Partners. Protégé naturally disagreed, which led to a friendly million dollar bet among colleagues. On December 31, 2017, the losing party will donate the sum of $1 million to a charitable cause of the victor’s choosing.
We’ve started arguing with devices, to turn the lights off, set room temperatures to cooler — and blast music loud enough to reach the neighbors. The future has arrived and people’s fitness is in jeopardy. Time to hunt through the clothes basket and find something athletic to wear. Then lets go outside for a walk … of 60,000 women who reported their exercise habits.
When you fall, you can lie there and enjoy the sunlight on your face, unless it is raining — well then you should do what Shelby Rogers did — get up and win something. Win two rows of Tetris. Win guessing the weather forecast for Greenland. Win the longest women’s US Open tennis match known to mankind. She won it after 3 hours, 33 minutes.
This president does things slightly different to his predecessors. While his ideas so far have been controversial, this time, he is pledging help in the sum of $1 million, of his personal cash. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders announced, “He would like to join in the efforts that a lot of people we have seen across the country do.